Miami-Dade College President Eduardo Padron launched an incredibly personal attack against members of the Florida legislature. Padron, president of the largest college in the country, is angry that a block of Miami-Dade legislators are blocking his efforts to have voters decide a possible sales tax increase that would be dedicated to helping the college expand. Republican State Representative Jose Oliva bore the brunt of that attack.
In support of student protesters abroad, Venezuelans in Miami are holding a 5K run on Saturday.
Miami Dade College is led by President Eduardo Padrón, a hugely respected and proper figure. The “proper” part, however, has taken a punch this week.
A historic day for CBS4’s news partners at the Miami Herald as the first female in the company’s history was announced as president and publisher.
The last-minute push to enroll as many people as possible under the Affordable Care Act as possible is underway in South Florida.
In an effort to keep the spotlight on the political turmoil in Venezuela, U.S. Senator Marco Rubio has asked Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew to meet with the Venezuelan community in South Florida this week.
If you are looking to learn or hone your computer skills in South Florida, there are a variety of schools and organizations that truly offer something for everyone, regardless of your skill level.
The curtain is about to go up on the Miami International Film Festival. The 31st edition of “MIFF”, which is a program of Miami-Dade College’s MD-Culture will last for 10 days. Premiering at this year’s festival will be 93 feature films and 28 short films from 38 countries. We preview what has become one of South Florida’s premier annual cultural events.
Alright art buffs, it’s time to pull out your fedora and don your most artistic scarf for the 31st Annual Miami International Film Festival.
Tuesday, Miami-Dade College accepted the first scholarships ever for undocumented immigrants. The move, a sidestep around the immigration debate, is changing the lives of dozens of students who could only dream of going to college.